Bespoke, responsive site from scratch for Whitby based dance and fitness company ‘Hannah Verity Dance Studios’.
Stars & Fish is a new startup business selling baby carriers and accessories online. We designed the logo, the stationary, the social media graphics and the website – and then put it all together using WordPress and WooCommerce. The site is hosted on one of our high availability, high resilience cloud servers, and is served entirely over SSL for maximum … Read More
The IK Foundation are our second oldest client – we’ve worked with them almost constantly since around 2002 when we first met in Whitby, where they were based at the time. Their website, which we manage, has evolved from what was originally a very simple offering to the magnificent tome it has since become; with separate sections, each with its … Read More
Welcome to Egton Estate on the web! Set within 6,000 acres, the Egton Estate run a commercial pheasant shoot, driven grouse shooting over 4,900 acres of heather moorland within the North York Moors National Park SSSI and has approximately 3 miles of double bank salmon and sea trout fishing on the Yorkshire Esk.
The alt-coin world has arrived! Excited about this I bought some Bitcoins and Litecoins. It was a very difficult and stressful experience requiring me to trust software, people and websites I’d never previously heard of. As it happened the whole process went OK but it was a heck of a learning curve. I figured that there must be a lot … Read More
Grange IT Limited is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of BACSTEL-iP and Bank Sort Code Authentication systems for Windows® and IBM iSeries systems. We designed them a new logo (based on their old one) and a new site concept, then converted the concept into working HTML templates for them to use to create the working site.
Born out of the River Esk Action Committee, which was formed to implement the Yorkshire Esk’s Salmon Action Plan in 1999, the Yorkshire Esk Rivers Trust (YERT) has been established to take on a wider responsibility not only for the fishery and ecology of the River Esk, but also the coastal streams to both the north and south of Whitby.